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1.2.21 Installation of motion sensors for HVAC systems

1.2.21 Installation of motion sensors for HVAC systems   Description As part of a HVAC energy management system, occupancy sensors enable facility managers to automatically control HVAC operation based on room occupancy. If the room is physically occupied, then the system will allow occupants to control the climate. Once a room is [...]

2018-01-23T08:36:42+00:00

1.2.22 Installation of humidity sensors

1.2.22 Installation of humidity sensors   Description A humidity sensor and fan control detects excess humidity in a room and automatically activates the ventilation fan to reduce excess condensation. The device features an easily adjustable setting for sensor sensitivity, humidity level and automatic time out which can be set to meet the [...]

2018-01-23T08:37:11+00:00

1.2.23 Installation of an efficient destratification fan system

1.2.23 Installation of an efficient destratification fan system Description Thermal stratification is caused by hot air rising up to the ceiling or roof space because it is lighter than the surrounding cooler air. The same applies to cool air falling to the floor as it is heavier than the surrounding warmer air.  [...]

2018-01-23T08:37:42+00:00

1.2.24 Installation of thermostatic radiator valves

1.2.24 Installation of thermostatic radiator valves Description These elements open and close automatically the flow of hot water in radiators and fancoils, depending on the temperature selected by the user. To install thermostatic valves, the heating circuit should be leaked out and the shut-off valve should be replaced by a thermostatic valve. [...]

2018-01-23T08:38:15+00:00

1.2.25 Installation of a radiator booster

1.2.25 Installation of a radiator booster Description A radiator booster is a white telescopic tube that sits on top of a radiator. A small thermostatic fan draws the heat trapped behind the radiator and distributes it more evenly around the room, which could help to reduce the thermostat setting. [...]

2018-01-23T08:38:49+00:00

2.2.1 Installation of a condensing boiler

2.2.1 Installation of a condensing boiler Description It is a boiler that produces water at low temperature (40-60°C), with high performance and low emissions of CO2 and NOx. It is designed to use the latent heat released by condensation of the water vapour contained in the combustion products. It is necessary that [...]

2018-01-23T09:39:09+00:00

2.2.2 Installation of a biomass boiler

2.2.2 Installation of a biomass boiler Description They are compact equipment specifically designed to be powered with biomass. All of them have ignition-regulation automatic systems and even some, removal of ashes that facilitate the handling to the user. The boilers designed for pellets are very efficient and more compact than the rest [...]

2018-01-23T09:39:36+00:00

2.2.3 Installation of an evaporative condenser

2.2.3 Installation of an evaporative condenser Description An evaporative cooling system consists of cooling the air thanks to the evaporation of water. When the water evaporates in the bosom of the air to cool, the latter is humidified. This process is called direct evaporative cooling. The indirect evaporative cooling is when the [...]

2018-01-23T09:40:01+00:00

2.2.4 Installation of a heat recovery system in the ventilation air

2.2.4 Installation of a heat recovery system in the ventilation air Description Heat recovery systems are heat exchangers, in which air from the interior of the building and the air coming from the outside are put in contact. In winter, the cold outside air is preheated before entering the building, thus reducing [...]

2018-01-23T09:40:28+00:00

2.2.5 Installation of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) on motors

2.2.5 Installation of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) on motors Description VFDs efficiently meet airflow or water flow variation requirements by adjusting the frequency and voltage of the power supplied to an AC motor to enable it to operate over a wide range of rotational speeds. External sensors monitor flow, liquid levels, or [...]

2018-01-23T09:41:03+00:00